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IN THE NEXT EDITION:

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WESTERN EUROPE / ELECTRIC AID EXCLUSIVE

 

Electric car sales graphic Q3 2014
September electric car market - Mere blip or lasting change in underlying trends?

Renault and Nissan put fizz into September’s West European electric car market
  > Wasn’t Europe supposed to be a dying market for diesel cars?


IN THE CURRENT EDITION:


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WESTERN EUROPE AID EXCLUSIVE

Tope selling hybrid cars Western EuropeHybrid bannerW.Europe's hybrid car market - Big mountain to climb
Starting gun fired but buyers not listening
  > Wasn’t Europe supposed to be a dying diesel market?


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CHINA

Mercedes GLA China smallBaby Benz for China’s future
Mercedes plans to boost production of A-Class family cars in China
  > No immediate end in sight to China’s ongoing prestige sector bonanza


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GERMANY

Berlin Germn traffic World Cup GolfGerman autumn offensive
Volkswagen fires big opening broadside in home car marketing war
  > French August car sales shrink to lowest level in decades


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NEW PRODUCT

Volkswagen Passat 2015MY product review New VW Passat - scaled up Golf VII
Last remaining big player in Europe’s long-fading Upper-Medium sector

 
> NEW PRODUCT | Renault’s all-new Twingo III, the rear-driven city car


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WESTERN EUROPE AID EXCLUSIVE

West European hybrid car sales 1st half 2014Few signs of life seen in Europe’s hybrid car market
Toyota Lexus alone takes well over 80% of Europe’s hybrid car market
  > Electric car sales pace, far from growing, is slowing


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EDITORIAL  FULL ARTICLE 

A field day for the sceptics
"The question on the minds of some sceptics now is, as various commentator have put it most topically, “will $80 oil kill the electric car?”... Highly unlikely"
 
> EDITORIAL | Cabriolets on the way out, long live SUV-Crossovers

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WESTERN EUROPE

Nissan Toyota W. European sales trends 2014Nissan outsells Toyota in West Europe’s September car market
For 3rd time this year, Nissan overtakes Toyota as biggest Japanese car seller in W-Europe
  > Nissan about to topple Toyota in Europe?


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WESTERN EUROPE

Paris Bastille traffic 2014 OctoberWest European passenger car recovery back on steam
Healthy 5.7% rise in September car sales eases fears of slowing European car sales recovery
  > French August car sales shrink to lowest level in decades


DATA TABLES AND GRAPHS INCLUDED WITH THIS ISSUE
> WESTERN EUROPE  HYBRID CAR Sales AID EXCLUSIVE
 

By country 1st Half 2014 v Full Year 2013

> WESTERN EUROPE  HYBRID CAR Sales AID EXCLUSIVE
 

By top selling model 1st Half 2014

> WESTERN EUROPE Car Sales  
 

By country September 2014 v September 2013
By country 9-months 2014 v 9-months 2013

> WESTERN EUROPE Car Sales  
 

By manufacturer and marque September 2014 v September 2013
By manufacturer and marque 9-months 2014 v 9-months 2013

> GERMANY Car Sales  
 

By manufacturer and marque September 2014 v September 2013
By manufacturer and marque 9-months 2014 v 9-months 2013


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